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  1. Yes there are needle holes. I have changed the needle and direction and still have skipping, pushing away from me and going to the left. I have 18's, somewhere, but haven't found them yet. I will see some other longarm friends tomorrow and will just pick up some larger needles while I'm there.
  2. Amy, The machine quilted the first 3/4 just fine, the fabric look like an old white muslin. Dawn, I will see if changing the needle helps. John, Thanks, I wasn't sure you'd get the other posting so I posted it in another. Sorry for double posting. I will check tomorrow, going in those directions. Having an uneducated guess, I'd say it was a decoder because it came on while quilting, all I did was start a new row and the skipping started. THANK YOU, Amy, Dawn and John for your help. It is much appreciated!
  3. John, I have a Milli that has/had been stitching fine. I'm working on a vintage quilt--made about 20+? yrs ago... The first 3/4 of quilting went along without any challenges, good stitches, tension, etc, now all I get is skipped stitches. I have changed the needle, checked tension, re-threaded machine....nothin! Skip for about 10 stitches then sews again. More skip happens from lower Right going to upper left and when doing swirls/circles. I had a friend come over, she played with it. Between her and her hubby they said it wasn't a timing issue. Thank you Anna. She was able to mess wit
  4. John, I have a Milli that has/had been stitching fine. I'm working on a vintage quilt--made about 20+? yrs ago... The first 3/4 of quilting went along without any challenges, good stitches, tension, etc, now all I get is skipped stitches. I have changed the needle, checked tension, re-threaded machine....nothin! Skip for about 10 stitches then sews again. More skip happens from lower Right going to upper left and when doing swirls/circles. I had a friend come over, she played with it. Between her and her hubby they said it wasn't a timing issue. Thank you Anna. She was able to mess
  5. I don't know if any of you have heard what is going on with Kathy but I got this email from my RCTQ newsgroup: Hello ladies, this is Ken Sandbach, Kathy's son typing. As most of you know by now my mom has been diagnosed with a nasty type of dementia, called FrontalTemporal Dementia. If you were around her the last few years at all, you may have noticed some behavior changes--slight at first, and then progressing to downright bizarre. It took the kids some time (unfortunately) , but this last December we finally got the diagnosis, and began putting all the pieces together. Her sym
  6. You did such a great job quilting this, it really captures each scene in the quilt. So glad you posted so many pictures. Tish
  7. No, not yet. I'm actually quilting one of my last 2 quilts.
  8. APQS CIRCLE LORD FOR SALE Circle lord package for the APQS long arm sewing machine. Items: 1. Basic unit with all parts and instructions. $699 2. Sprial $109 3. Aztec $129 4. Stella $99 5. Heartz $99 6. Stars $99 7. Ovals $99 8. Crosshatch this is an 18” square w/diagonal lines $149 9. Feather Combo (medallion & border) $199 10. King Clamshell $499 11. King Zigzag $549 12. King Baptist Fan $499 13. Quartet Booklet for # 4,5,6,& 7 $61.50 14. Aztec Template Book $61.50 Selling new for $3450 priced now @ $ 2500.00 Selling as a set for 25% off list p
  9. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I have been quilting the last few quilts in my shop. I have one last custom quilt left, which requites the circle lord and then I will post all info necessary. My machine was purchased in July of 2006. It sat from Jan 08 to about Feb of 2009 being used possibly 3 times. Now May, I've quilted about 8 quilts. If you live close please do come by and take a test drive. If you've never quilted before I would be more than happy to assist you. I may be able to give you my Machine Quilters software for business but would have to double check
  10. Thank you Laurie for reminding me....I just posted it on there.
  11. AWWW, that is sooo incredibly awesome of you!! It has not been an easy decision that's for sure. I just can't quilt fast enough to keep everyone happy and then when I have an episode so to speak it takes even longer.... Huge bummer!!! Thank you for the hug! Those are always the best..... Tish
  12. $11,495.00 purchased in July of 06, used about 1.5 years Most of this is from the APQS web page. Sewing Head Features • On-demand Automatic Stitch Regulator - will reduce your practice time significantly and get you off to a good start with perfect stitches every time. • Handcrafted from aircraft grade aluminum • Throat size of 26"x 10.5" - With 23 square feet of capacity without advancing the fabric • Weight 52 lbs (24 kgs) • Voltage 120V (50/60 Hz) • Super-quiet enclosed DC motor • Precision timing by Synchronous Belt Drive • Standard APQS hopping foot • Ful
  13. What a beautiful quilt. I don't have suggestions for you but would love for you to share once your finished.
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